The interior space of Facebook’s new office in Hong Kong was unveiled to the public yesterday, and it’s pretty much everything you’d expect it to look like (i.e.: a college student’s gigantic dorm room as seen in a Sharper Image catalog).
The harbor-view office, the second sales office to open in Asia after Singapore’s, is located in the Eastern District of Hong Kong Island and is well-equipped with lounge chairs galore.
As for facilities, the most impressive one is said to be the open kitchen, where a wide range of unlimited snacks, drinks, ice cream and beer are provided for free.
Apart from the “chill lounge”, where staff can freely drink, read and play games, the office is furnished with massage chairs, treadmills, table tennis tables and even a nursery room.
Employees are invited to voice their opinions on the office’s “write something wall”, because Facebook.
The interior design of the workplace incorporates Hong Kong elements and style, including a graffiti wall painted in the style of a renowned local artist called the “King of Kowloon” (Tsang Tsou Choi), and a “blow water” meeting room named for the Hong Kong slang term referring to chatting and gossiping.
According to Jayne Leung Yau-mui, the director for North Asia at Facebook, the office is primarily for the use of marketing and sales. And straight chilling.
[Video Via Youtube]
[Images Via Apple Daily]
By Christy Mak